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Masakage Koishi Gyuto 240mm
Masakage Koishi Gyuto 240mm
Masakage Koishi Gyuto 240mm

Masakage Koishi Gyuto 240mm

Item #: Koishi Gyuto 240
Our Price: $340.00
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A 240mm gyuto is the most commonly sold style and shape for knife enthusiasts. Blade lengths run just under 10 inches, and are large enough to handle large ingredients like heads of lettuce, but still deft enough to mince onions. The Koishi line is made from Aogami Super Steel that has been hardened to 63:65 Rockwell. This means that it will take a razor sharp edge and hold that edge for an impressively long time. The gently sloping belly of this blade makes it easy to use for both choppers and rockers. The Kurouchi finish lends a rusticity that makes the knife stand out amongst many shiny competitors. The knives come with a cherry wood wa (octagonal) handle with black ferrule for contrast.

  • Weight: 7 ounces
  • Blade Length: 244 mm
  • Overall Length: 403 mm
  • Thickness at Heel: 3.8 mm
  • Blade Height: 50.8 mm

  • Customer Reviews
    Average rating is 5
    5.0
    By: 
    Portland,OR
    This is by far the sharpest thing I have ever held. It is very light and comfortable. The edge stays sharp even after cutting lemongrass for an hour straight. Very easy to sharpen as well.
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    5.0
    By:  Colin Rupp
    AZ
    First week with this knife and it’s impressive. The lines and weight are great. Keeps a great edge. Out of the box sharpness is pretty good but a little fine tuning and it’s one of the sharpest I’ve seen. Would defiantly recommend this line of knife.
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    5.0
    By:  Howard
    NY,NY
    My first stainless clad aogami knife and I love it so much I donít think I can go back to full stainless. This knife is has a beautiful rustic finish,a razor sharp edge that cuts like butter and is really comfortable to use. The blade had a very slight bend in it that was easily fixed thanks to Markís advise. Apparently clad knives can bend because the steels settle at different rates. Mark sent me a link on how to fix it and also offered to fix it for me for free. Great experience and beautiful knife. Thanks Mark!
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    5.0
    By:  Katka Volna
    Czech Republic
    Hello,

    thank you for a excellent knife. I am very happy using it and aslo good shipping and other supporting services. Great job. I am looking forward ordering some other stuff from your shop. BR,Katka
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    5.0
    By:  Mike
    Buffalo
    Great knife,fast shipping,very informative.
    0.3
    5.0
    By:  Mike
    Buffalo
    Great knife,fast shipping,very informative
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